26 May 2013

SF State gators float into Pride parade

This year SF State will once again be joining one of the country’s largest LGBTQ celebrations at the San Francisco Pride parade June 30 — and this time with a float.

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21 May 2013

Students in debt question if college is worth the cost

A few years ago, it was normal to graduate with a bachelor’s degree in four years or less. Since starting college at SF State in 2009, Kourtney Evans has had

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10 May 2013

Online dating increases in popularity among students

Julie Feinstein Adams spent two tiresome years on JDate, an online dating website for Jewish singles, going on dates that led her nowhere. One year later, after helping a close

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07 May 2013

Summer stress relief day provides getaway for students

There’s no better way to de-stress during finals week than to dunk your professor in a dunk tank. Students gathered at Malcolm X Plaza this morning for the first Summer

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02 Apr 2013

Culinary program cultivates, propels new food businesses

Click Here To See Photo Gallery Hundreds of chatty, hungry customers lined up outside the doors waiting to get their fix of free red velvet, tres leches, savory cupcake samples

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21 Mar 2013

Greek community prepares for leadership reorganization

The Fraternity Sorority Council, the sole governing council over all members of Greek-lettered organizations, has been proposed by the Greek community to be reconstructed into a president’s council. There have

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12 Mar 2013

Spike in crime at SF State area calls for heightened precaution

After a late night study session on campus, philosophy major Elizabeth Mathiasen was walking home around midnight when she noticed she was not alone. “I walked faster and even took

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14 Feb 2013

SF State alumnus births international art collective

Audiopharmacy Prescriptions kicked off their tour in San Francisco at Public Works, an art gallery, bar and community space in the Mission District, performing to hundreds of fans singing along

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30 Jan 2013

INFOGRAPHIC: Swiftly filled classes turn students to extraordinary options

While some students race around campus trying to add classes during the first week of school, third-year biology major Susan Hoang has given up that path. Hoang, like many disgruntled

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08 Mar 2012

Golden Gate Bridge to implement all-electronic toll system in December

The majestic Golden Gate Bridge has been a San Francisco icon for 75 years, but the toll workers will soon become obsolete to its day-to-day operations. The bridge will no

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12 Feb 2012

PHOTOS: Chinese Lunar New Year parade marks end of Spring Festival

In the U.S., the new year is celebrated with drinking, raucous behavior and lasts a day. In China, the Spring Festival celebration lasts at least two weeks, even up to

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